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're in the millions and billions, does it matter? >>> as if san francisco wasn't already a city with plenty to see, here's another one. it's called the bay lights. it made its big debut last night. >> it's being called the world's largest l.e.d. light sculpture. it uses over 25,000 lights. they've all been strung along near five miles of vertical suspension cables on san francisco's bay bridge. >> very nice. the lights will be lit every day for the next two years from dusk until morning. when you're competing with the golden gate bridge, you've got to do something. >> we always like to see the light shows. by the way, $8 million in private donations. >> very good. the empire state building here in new york started doing the lights. it's really come on. >> i don't know if they do dancing lights. not yet. >>> coming up, the wildly successful singer who says there's just no excuse for his behavior. >>> exposing 9-year-old girls to the skimpy clothing at victoria's secret. what parents would allow this? we'll let the debate begin. you're watching "world news now." [♪...] >> i've been training all ye
on gay and lesbian marriages. >> mark matthews of our san francisco station, kgo spoke with the couples whose legal action is ending up before the nation's highest court. >> reporter: two women from berkeley and two men from burbank are the couples bringing the case against prop 8's ban on same-sex marriage. >> this case for us is about how we as americans want to be treated equally by our government. >> reporter: one of their lawyers, theodore olson, will are 20 minutes to argue the case against prop 8. he will likely face questions from court on why the 2008 vote of the people in california should be overturned. u.s. solicitor jonathan varelli will have ten minutes representing the president's opposition to the same-sex maerng ban. and supporters of prop 8 will be represented by charles cooper. one of the attorneys who argued the case in san francisco's federal court. cooper will have 30 minutes and will likely face questions on whether prop 8 supporters have legal standing in this case since california's attorney general won't defend the law. >> when we talk about fundamental rights
and upstate new york. bitter cold, snow showers in the upper midwest. rain from seattle to san francisco. heavy snow in the cascades and the rockies. >> mostly 60s from boise to albuquerque. teens, fargo to minneapolis. 23, chicago. mostly 40s in the northeast. all right, in college hoops, a stunner of a loss for the defending national champions in basketball powerhouse, the kentucky wildcats. they fell to robert morris university. yes, robert morris. >> uh-huh. >> in the first round of the national invitational tournament. unbelievable. >> that's right. a disappointing end for the wildcats. man, oh, man, are the kids from robert morris excited. this was the biggest win in the school's history. hundreds of students and fans were there to celebrate. >> robert morris led almost the entire game. the wildcats came close. a last second three-point try. it missed. robert morris advances to the second round. wildcats season is over. everybody loves an underdog story. i am not familiar with the school, but i am now. i will be paying attention. >> my gosh. first of all the rush
from san francisco to san diego. and half a foot of snow in the sierra nevada, cascades and northern rockies. >> upper 40s from seattle to salt lake city. mostly 30s in the midwest. 40s in the northeast. >>> a 26-year-old woman from seattle has been killed in a lion attack at a california animal sanctuary. investigators are trying to figure out why the victim went into the cage. they said such attacks are almost unheard of, especially given how closely regulated sanctuaries like this one are. >> this is very rare, very rare, because of the safety requirements we require through our permitting system, animal-employee interaction is limited. >> the african lion had to be shot and killed after the attack. >> so sad. her dad confirmed the death on facebook. and said diana loved her six-month internship at cat haven. >> 26-year-old diana. this was a 350-pound lion, named couscous, he was 4 years old. he was hand-raised by these people. he was like the ambassador of the species almost, because he was so tame. so investigators are trying to figure out, did she make a sudden move, because th
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. snow showers from kansas city into nebraska. rain from san francisco to seattle. and avalanche watches in the cascades and northern sierra range. >> mostly 50s in the pacific northwest and rockies. 15 in fargo. 22 in the twin cities. 30s for much of the midwest. 41, in boston. 51 in new york. >> milwaukee brewers' fans can't wait to hear "play ball." but something very big is standing in the way of that. >> opening day around the corner. but miller park, yeah, filled with snow. from the field to the seats, to the parking lot. temperatures have been much too low to let it all melt away. >> that means snow removal crews are ready to descend on the ballpark this week. the work should take several days because milwaukee has had that much snow. >> crazy, two weeks away from opening day. i have been watching all my beloved mets' games on the tv. >> i know. >> playing in sunny florida. seems impossible to imagine. >> seems unnatural. that it's that bad. in fact, there in milwaukee, usually all they have to do is wait for it to melt away. and it usually does. this i think is one of the first t
including phoenix, las vegas, and san francisco posted some of the biggest increases. analysts link the price increase to low supplies of homes to sell and increase demand. and that housing news was one of the reasons why wall street traders were in a buying mood they pushed the dow jones to its biggest gain in weeks. the dow gained nearly 112 points and the s&p 500 finished up within two points of its october 2007 record high. >> all right, the federal government will not be shutting down thanks to a spending plan signed into the law. the president approved a stopgap spending bill keeping the government in business until september 30th. the $85 billion cuts remain in place. a pay freeze for federal workers. it does provide $87 billion for military operations overseas. >>> medical news, the danger of tired doctors. rules enacted ten years ago was to reduce medical errors made by overworked doctors. a new study finds that patients are even at greater risk. how is this so? abc's dr. richard besser. >> reporter: there are as many as 98,000 deaths each year from mistakes made in america
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